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Black Friday Protests Against Ferguson Decision

Protesters upset over a grand jury's failure to indict the police officer who killed Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, marched among holiday shoppers in some cities as the season got off to its start. Elsewhere in the country, demonstrators spoke out against low wages for Wal-Mart workers and some Black Friday shoppers got into isolated tussles as they pushed and shoved for the day's bargains. But disruptions to the country's shopping frenzy appeared to be few. Read »
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In Turkey, Pope Urges More Muslim Opposition to ISIS

Wednesday, Nov 26, 2014 at 10:27 PM
 

I know some will call this amnesty  

— President Barack Obama while pardoning turkeys Mac and Cheese at the White House.
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